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From "Adolfo Miguelez" <>
Subject Re: Bean of scope request missing in link
Date Thu, 22 Aug 2002 08:35:47 GMT

Hi Miguel Angel,

I response you in English to share the answer with anyone. After JSP 
compilation it becomes in an HTML which is sent to the browser client.
Once in the client, how can the HTML hold a bean? The bean is supposed in 
the JSP compilation by the JSP engine but produced HTML cannot hold the 
bean, AFAIK.

Can you further explain your question or answer directly, in Spanish if you 
want to

To pursue the behaviour that you are looking for, why do not you place the 
bean in session scope and invoke it from the sucesive JSPs? Take in mind 
that JSP compilation produces in server and the page that you see in browser 
IN THE CLIENT MACHINE is the HTML after JSP compilation.

Am I missing something? Regards,


>From: Miguel Angel Mulero Martinez <>
>Reply-To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <>
>Subject: Bean of scope request missing in link
>Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 08:03:42 +0200
>I've got a JSP page with a <html:form>. This form is complete with the
>contents of a java bean. I've got a link to a Action (that redirects to
>another JSP). Mi problem is that when I press the link, the Action (and, of
>course, after the JSP) don't receive the java bean, so in the JSP I can't
>print the contents. The bean have scope request, so I think it would have 
>Is this normal? Some idea?
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